> You remember any quotes in there about that dad of Jesus of
> wanted sacrifices all the time? How about all the human
> sacrifices called for of those who didn't accept his point of
> view? Does the "proof for a vegan diet" website not read those
> quotes that would not support their goals?
> No killing of animals. Pffft Wonder how many animals(including
> humans) were killed due to the "Great flood"? For someone who
> is top of the "superpower/enlightement" pyramid he sure made
> alot of sacrifices and is still on top, supposedly.
> Oh yeah and since humans are animals, and higher "karmic"
> animals, how long did it take for the "karmic debt" to get
> payed for the crucifixion of Jesus which was commanded by god
> for his own son? Sounds like the "first child" sacrifice.
> Jesus wanted to eat vegan then great but let's not assume what
> the child says outshines the dad's commands have shown.
> Oh yeah how do you eat your food alive? Above it says if you
> kill it then it so kills you. You yank a carrot out of the
> ground it dies, pluck an apple of the tree it dies, gather milk
> it putrfies so how do you accomplish a "no-death" meal?
> As I ahve said in the past, there is more then one path to
> enlightenment! Have a good day! Oh yeah and try not to judge to
I don't know what your'e talking about. I don't support the old testament god, and certainly not human sacrifice. I was quoting Jesus.
You know damn well plant consciousnesss is not equal to animal consciousness--I explained this before-it's matter of degree. We need to eat to survive--a hallmark of a fallen state, a dark age, btw--but we don't need to kill animals to survive. The karma of eating plant-life is easily negated through meditation.